regarding debates

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regarding debates

September 18, 2022 - 07:16
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I will be clear, this kerfuffle is another example of biased media coordinating with the Democratic Party. Our team reached out to media outlets across the 3rd District last month – well before the Pfaff campaign – to open this discussion, and we have the receipts. We have never been offered a formal invitation, or contacted by the Pfaff campaign to open this discussion. Pfaff is making this plea for help because his campaign is floundering.

I challenge the media to provide a fair, town hall style setting for a debate with Brad Pfaff. We have put over 160,000 miles on our vehicles traveling this district in this campaign, to imply that I’m afraid to speak to the voters in the 3rd is a foolish statement.

75% of our district does not have a four year degree, and they deserve to ask the questions, not university professors or biased media. If the media will provide a town hall style setting so the people of this district can take part, I will debate.

We are done playing Professional Politician Pfaff’s games. The Pfaff campaign and the organizers of the UW-La Crosse debate have proven they will not act in good faith. I will happily put my record of 26 years of service against Pfaff’s 26 year record as a politician.

And finally, there is no circumstance I can think of where I would be afraid of Brad Pfaff and to imply so is absurd.

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They are usually organized by an organization with an agenda and at a location with an agenda. When they do have a debate they have a moderator or a panel ask questions that have been preapproved and leaked to the chosen one, and then they comment on it, but it is rare that they debate.

A real debate is giving them a subject and asking their opinion or ideas on it. This attempt by Pfaff, is an attempt to get into the ring because the people of this district are tired of Pelosi's policies, and Pfaff knows it.

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